Displaying photos like FB in Asp.net

For an internal image-sharing project, I am trying to display images/photos added to my project's website similar to how Facebook displays their images... i.e. with commetns below an image and with left and right arrows to move to the next image/photo.
When a user clicks on any of the thumbnails of the images, the image is displayed in a separate screen on top of the webpage with the arrows - to enable the user to move to the next or previous image.

Any advise on achieving this in asp.net is appreciated.

Regards,
Johan Schmidt
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AdawiAdawiCommented:
You can create your own one by create a user control with tow buttons (for next and previous) and Image in the middle. create a panel with the same user control to add the comment there at run time

and you need to add this user control to a page after user click on the Image

and don't forget to use AJAX

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